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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - February 27, 1980, Cincinnati, OhioLibrary. ,. Ohio historic to society 1932 Vela ave coins Bush Ohio 43211 a ii silk tan postage Ray a i not meat i Ohio Fermi i Host 50 less heart disease among seventh Day adventists meatless meals a Way of life playing Pioneer Amy Wiedemer and Krista Glossop. Fifth Grade students at Wyandot. School demonstrate what it would have been like to grow up in the earlier Days of this country. The outdoor education Center under the direction of Robert Terwillegar. Makes Pioneer history come alive As students Are Quot taught to churn butter dip candles weave rugs make Quot quilts and Cook their own lunch using the open fireplace. News Bra efs Sycamore school Board asks 6.9-Miil tax Levy in order to maintain Sycamore school districts existing operations through 1983 or 1984, the Board of education has voted to place a 6.9-Mill tax Levy increase before District voters april 24. If the Levy passes the millage rate will increase to 35.4. But homeowners will be paying Only 31.01 Mills of that because of the state s 12.5 percent tax Rollback according to Bob Buster Sycamore director of employee relations. Of the 6.9 Mills Buster said Quot the effective increase Quot to Quot homeowners will be1 5.2 Mills.1�?T with the Rollback Quot included homeowners in the District Are now paying a total of 25.81 Mills. The millage increase would generate an additional $2.2 million in 1981, $2.4 million in 1982 and $2.6 million in 1983. Without the additional funds the District could end up $1.3 million in the red next year according to Buster. Approximately 80 percent of the districts $10.9 million average budget pays for salaries he said. Madeira Narrows manager applications to five madeiras can expect to have a new City manager within the next six weeks according to vice mayor Edgar l. Wilkinson. A at the feb. 18 Council meeting. Wilkinson revealed that five candidates have been selected from -78 applicants for the Job. Three candidates Are local one is out of town another is out of state. Although Wilkinson would not reveal the candidates names he said they Are a fall from Public he added that it was highly unlikely that a City manager would not. Be Quot found out of the group. Police chief Philip Hudson has been acting City manager since George babe resigned in. November 1979 to take an executive position with an engineering firm in Alabama. Inside Page 2. New makers. Page 3.-six communities await Hud decision Page 4. Happenings Page news sports Page 11. Wood Ward cops Phil Crown braves win by Gail Jordan for some the Start of the lenten season signals the beginning of a search for Good tasting meatless recipes. For others just the skyrocketing Cost Quot of meat has prompted a closer look at a vegetarian fare. Stilt others have decided that cutting Down on meat products containing saturated fats is a healthier Way to eat. Whatever the reason a religious economic or nutritional a interest in vegetarianism is on the Rise. Those of you who have been looking for substitutes for meat protein., take heart. Finding enough vegetable protein is not hard according to Valmae read seventh Day adventist and life Long vegetarian. Read a tall energetic Mother of two teenage daughters is a registered nurse and helps plan the Verete re an menus for the seventh Day adventist school in. Clifton. She is completing work on her master s degree in nutrition from. Loma Linda University in California by commuting to Washington . Quot for Extension courses. She is also on the staff at the Church affiliated Kettering medical Institute near Dayton. As with most members of the seventh Day adventist Church reads vegetarianism is part of her Faith. A a god communicates through the mind a read explained Quot so anything that Clouds the mind should be this includes saturated fats too much processed sugar tobacco Coffee and alcohol. Seventh Day adventists government researchers have concluded from studies have less heart disease and live longer. According to 1970 figures the average male life Span is 71 years however for seventh Day adventist men the figure is 77 years .80 for women. A fall seventh Day adventists Are not vegetarians Quot read said but most Are non drinkers non smokers and eat less sweets White bread and drink less Coffee than the general population. There also is a general emphasis on exercise and health this lifestyle pays off according to studies. Of every 56 deaths in the Normal population due to coronary illness there Are 39 among the seventh Day adventists and Only 14 among Church members who Are vegetarians. Read and her family Are Lacto ovo vegetarians meaning that Dairy products and eggs Are part of the menus in their Cole rain township Home. Most vegetarians belong to the Lacto ovo group. Even pure vegetarians those who do not eat any animal products can find enough protein for an adequate diet. Read said. Although she cautioned that pure vegetarians must of re fully stud y nutrition and know what they Are eating to avoid possible Vitamin deficiencies. There Are a few rules of thumb for anyone planning Well balanced Lacio ovo be gear Ian m a i s. Proteins both animal and vegetable Are made up of ammo acids. The Are not manufactured in the body and Are required every Day. A deficiency in one amino acid reduces the effectiveness of All the others that Combine to make Complete protein. So. Although some amino acids Are found in whole grains nuts Dairy pro ducts Quot including eggs and legumes Beans peas peanuts combinations of these foods produce Complete proteins with All necessary amino acids. Wrhen read plans a family meal she said she usually includes one protein dish two or three vegetables a Green salad and on special occasions a dessert other than fresh fruit. Fifty percent of the vegetable protein in the reads diet comes from the soybean. This remarkable legume is the foundation of the vegetarian diet although. Read says it is possible to live without it. This White bean can be1 transformed into Quot mock milk cheese flour and text fixed vegetable protein Ftp or mock meat. The soybean itself is practically tasteless a and quickly absorbs any flavor mixed with it. Top is manufactured under Many names and can be found in most Large supermarkets. Two major manufacturers Are Loma Linda and Worthing Fri located just outside Columbus. Another soybean product. Tofu a Semi solid cheese like cake is manufactured locally. Soya food products co., 2356 Wyoming in Western Hills makes a variety of Tofu products that Are available at the factory store or in local markets. Anyone interested in learning More about vegetarian cooking the seventh Day adventist Church May attend cooking lessons at the Church 3800 Clifton ave. Classes have been scheduled in four evening sessions March 31 to Quot april. 3, beginning at 7 30. To Register phone the Church office 221-1221 or 385-4471 by March 30. For anyone contemplating a switch to a vegetarian diet read suggests that you make the switch gradually because a change Quot even if it is a beneficial one can be a Shock to the Here is a Temple vegetarian menu a mock meat loaf or eggplant Parmigiana carrots a la Orange steamed Broccoli easy Apple Crisp far meat est recipe see pm. 4 to place a classified and Call 731-7170 by 3 00 pm. Monday display advertising amp news Call 531-0234 circulation 731-4200 cd Nch a Nat us Bimbane newspapers inc. Blue Ash Montgomery am Beruty Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge a Brecon Kennedy Heigh tsp Silverton Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillonvale Ridgewood Mark of circulation integrity vol. Xix no. 31 20 Cincinnati Ohio wednesday february 27, 1080 4415 Montgomery re. Phone 531 -0234 prefers Bonds for Long term assets Christie questions Madeira financing by Deborah Kopka because Madeira Council May have trouble buying a Backhoe and a third police car this year one Council member has questioned the City a method of financing Long term assets a we do have questions and concerns about finances in this City a councilwoman Mary Ann Silverton May consider eliminating garbage fee by Shelley a. Schweitzer a i think we Silverton will look at eliminating the garbage tax but first we be. Got to see How much it costs to run the City a a councilman Art Hackett told a resident at the feb. 21 Council meeting. The citizen bad questioned the City waste collection fee and the City s one percept earnings tax. The resident charged that the earnings tax and garbage fee equalled since the City earnings tax was passed in december 1977, residents have periodically questioned justification of a garbage fee and earnings. Tax. This was the first time a Council member indicated the elimination of the tax would possibly be seriously considered. The complainant was told about the benefits persons receive from the local tax whereas an earnings tax paid to the City in wich a arson works or paid to s Federal government is not. As beneficial. _ a Silverton charges the least of any compared to the whole Quot councilmen Edward Colley noted. �?o1 feel in a being overtaxed Ami its the resident stated before asking if there is any possibility of getting the earning tax rescinded with Aid of a petition. Mayor Richard Hunter told him petitioning is Quot always an Council will meet in executive session tomorrow to discuss the City a financial status. A final budget will be prepared Hunter said. Council has. Until March 31 to pass final appropriations. Silverton comm Unity improvement Council Cic president Everett Foster addressed Council to review the City s revitalization program. Explaining the Progress the City has made thus far he urged the hiring of a Grants Man or Agency which would apply for Grants for City improvement projects. Several persons have approached him about doing this Type of work Foster said. Council has already received proposals from one individual and an Atlanta a. Agency Foster said. Foster will he is optimistic that signs in the business District will be standardized. Already More Quot than. $1 million has been spent on the City business District by individual property owners in addition to the Community development cd Money the City. Has obtained. Clerk Bernard w. Pohl Man told Council the City could lose a chunk of its cd Money which is earmarked for streets Caping if Hamilton county cd funds Are reduced. The $30,000 granted would be reduced about $21,900. Foster also asked officials to listen to the proposal of a businessman. Who could potentially bring More than 500 employees to the City. University building services inc., an Industrial cleaning service would like to relocate in Silverton if the City helps him find a location for his business Foster said. Currently the firm is on Montgomery re. In Kennedy Heights on the site of a. Future Kroger a superstore. In other business it was announce that Silverton will probably have Cable television in april 1981. The City has signed a letter of intent with Warner amex corp. But the contract had not yet been signed at the feb. 21 meeting. Christie told Council at its feb. 18 meeting. Christie a remark followed councilman Thomas Woebkenberg a request that Council hold off on spending for unbudgeted items including the police car and Backhoe because of an anticipated $71,546 in unexpected expenditures for 1980., Purchase of both items included in the a red lined Quot Section of the City a 1980 appropriations is contingent upon availability of funds and subject to councils approval. Madeira has run up an anticipated $71,546 Bill according to Woebkenberg because of pending litigation in which the City is involved. Madeira now faces a very High interest rates Quot which might be the result of past financing Christie said. After the meeting she suggested that if the City had funded the renovation of City Hall and the construction of the service department with Bonds instead of notes two years ago. There might be More Money in the budget now to finance Long term projects. According to Christie the interest rate for Bonds is set at a fixed rate for 20 year. The interest rate on notes must be renegotiated yearly for up to eight years according to current interest rates. Christie advised Council that the financing of future Long term assets should be reviewed. Woebkenberg responded that the situation would be reviewed at the May finance meeting. Quot we re not in dire Straits Quot Woebkenberg said later. A after the Fust Quarter figures Are in Well have a much better idea of where we Are. Well be Able to plan from a More enlightened he added he does not think past financing has affected the present financial situation. Quot we always run Short of Money Quot he said. A everybody does. If you budget out a lot of items and something unforeseen comes up you run according to Woebkenberg investment of City Money currently is being studied by the clerk treasurer. In other business Council a re appointed Sandy Prather to the planning commission. Prather resigned last year because she expected to be leaving the City at that time but has extended her stay. Club picks a Kenwood Meadows Blue Ash list a feb. 28 Agenda in the feb. 28 Blue Ash City Council meeting to be held in the municipal building on Cooper re. At 8 p.m., Council will take action on the following items authorizing a collective bargaining agreement with police officers establishing Speed limits on Creek and Pfeiffer roads authorizing Purchase of fire radio equipment and accepting a hid for police professional liability insurance. It s Kenwood Meadows hopefully. The Kenwood dig and dream Garden club pruned its list of five suggested names to one and voted by an overwhelming majority to petition the Sycamore Board of trustees to name the residential area Quot Kenwood winners of the Quot name the area contest Quot Are or. And mrs. Harry Allen 6760 Michael or. Kenwood Meadows which already appears on the tax Bills of Many local residents was suggested by four families. The club voted to award the first prize to the earliest postmark received in the contest. Honorable mention went to the three families who also submitted the name a a Kenwood Meadows Quot or. And mrs. . Piepmeyer 7586 Quail hollow or. Or. And mrs. Fred j. Wagner 6890 Michael or. And or. And mrs. Roger e. Win Terman 7200 Tiki ave. Dennis Mckeown Sycamore township trustee and general manager of the Natorp Garden stores will present the Winner with a flowering Dogwood tree a gift from Natorp a. Club members first examined 20-plus different names and eliminated ail but five Kenbrook acres Kenwood Meadows Kenwood Village Kitchell farm and kit Chell acres. Kenbrook. Acres was a combination of Kenwood and Hosbrook roads two of the four roadways which Border the residential area. Kitchell farm and Kitchell acres refer to Samuel Kitchell the original 19th Century owner of the entire area where the neighbourhood and Kenwood mall now stand. Feii in khr44 what does a spa do As a m management advisor advising a business on How to improve then procedures and mate maximum use at the resources is a important phase at the spa s Serocke to Accra Pooh this the spa must mop a dose relationship with the client and intimate knowledge of the company s financial resources and accounting procedure. We provide management apis try Ralpe Frank j. Do Andrea certified Public accountants 984-0322 Mcelwee amp Mcelwee attorneys at Law John l. Mcelwee Mary h. Mcelwee 984-1811 a Domestic relations 9 personal injury e bankruptcy a wills o real estate a Small business 9050 Plainfield re. Near Cross county Hgt by. Eves. Amp sat. By appointment this shaded area will be known As Kenwood Meadow s if the Sycamore Board of trustees approves the name suggested in a contest sponsored by he dig and dream Garden club. W merest compounded continuously payable quarterly Pivon 091-7711 a 7539 Kenwood rdo a of i a axe it oops of pc a

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